Human Rights

The charters of human rights come from 2 places:

Some very important things to note:

  1. Common Law’s are only superseded by Natural Law
  2. Human Rights are Common Law rights.
  3. As Common Law, these rights stand equally with your Constitutional Rights.
  4. Remember. Nothing can take away your rights. Only add to your Natural Law rights.
  5. Wording is very important when talking law.
  6. It follows from above that the important note here is that the second one is not a human rights charter, and they are the rights for the EU, not the people of the EU. This is because any member of the EU is not sovereign and therefore you are not free. This makes the whole thing a fraud but useful to know of its existence as it is what our courts currently operate under.

We as sovereigns of éiRe must avoid relying on the EU charter, because by relying on it, and invoking it in a court, you WILL lose every time, because it is a lie to say you are a sovereign citizen or national of the EU. You cannot be sovereign, if you have any higher power over you than god.

In most countries, human rights take either the same or lower precedence than constitutional rights. This is because countries can opt out of signing up to the universal charter of human rights. Yet they may still have their constitution or other form of law. We are led to believe that human rights take precedence over our constitution, but again, at best, they are on equal footing. Again written in common language for the common person.

As we have signed up to the universal charter of human rights, you can view the charter of human rights above. Again, this is how a government should treat the people. While above I said they were equal to our constitution, technically In éiRe, they do actually stand below our constitution if you claim you and your country are sovereign. This means nothing can stand above it. Although the EU seems to think its laws superseded ours. If you accept EU rule, then we are not a sovereign country and therefore cannot be sovereigns. As a sovereign, it is completely your choice should you wish to give up that sovereignty either by claiming you are an Irish or EU citizen or national.

If you are sovereign then you cannot be a citizen or national (your country stands above you). If you are sovereign then your country does not rule you. You give your country it’s power to operate through you.

Blacks law definition of a citizen is as follows:

——- Blacks Law Dictionary Definition 9th ed. ——-
citizen, n. (I4c) 1. A person who. by either birth or naturalization, is a member of a political community, owing allegiance to the community and being entitled to enjoy
all its civil rights and protections; a member of the civil state, entitled to all its privileges.
——- End of Blacks Law Dictionary Definition ——-

I would like to say that a citizen is another word for slave, as is often quoted in other freeman and sovereignty sites. While this is not the case, you can see from the above quote from blacks law dictionary, that as a citizen, you owe your allegiance to the community. This means you place the community above you. As such you cannot be sovereign and a citizen.

——- Blacks Law Dictionary Definition 9th ed. ——-
national, n. 1. A member of a nation. 2. A person owing permanent allegiance to and under the protection of a state.
——- End of Blacks Law Dictionary Definition ——-

I would also like to say that a national is a better one to use. But again, you can see from blacks law dictionary, a national also owes permanent allegiance to the state. When you pledge your allegiance to something, you put whatever that is, above you and are not sovereign.

This is not a site dispersing nonsense that I want to be true. No matter how much I as a free and sovereign man, want it to be the case, it does not help me or anyone else if I disperse the same inaccuracies as found elsewhere. It is better for all that I just admit where there are holes in my knowledge, and highlight the inaccuracies quoted in other places. Then ask for help and clarification.

I am still researching what would be a better word to use than citizen or national. Any help would be appreciated. But for now, be careful what words you use especially where you don’t know if it requires you to pledge any allegiances.